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Milan, 7th August 2021 – BFF Bank S.p.A. (“BFF” or the “Bank”) announces that today Mr. Carlo Maurizio Zanni has resigned voluntarily and be replaced in the role of Financial Reporting Officer, pursuant to art. 154-bis of Legislative Decree n° 58/1998 (Consolidated Law on Finance), by Mr. Claudio Rosi, who currently holds the role of Head of Administration Process Improvements in the Bank.
The Chairman, Mr. Salvatore Messina, and the Group Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Massimiliano Belingheri – also on behalf of the entire Board of Directors and of the Board of Statutory Auditors – would like to thank Mr. Carlo Zanni for his significant professional contribution over 19 years of fruitful collaboration in the various roles he held in the Group, and for the support given to the Group’s development, in particular in its internationalization, in the its transformation into a bank, in the its listing on the Italian Stock Exchange, and in its growth through acquisitions.
The appointment of Mr. Rosi was decided by a Board of Directors resolution, after verifying that he met the requirements of the relevant legislation, and after receiving the favorable opinion of the Board of Statutory Auditors, of the Control and Risks Committee, and of the Nomination Committee.
Claudio Rosi has a long experience in the Finance, Administration and Control area, gained in Mediobanca Group from 1983 to 2020, where, after being responsible for the Budget and Taxation, he became Administrative Director and CFO of the service company Mediobanca Innovation Services. In September 2020 he became Administrative Director of DEPObank and head of the Regulatory Reporting Office. He joined BFF following the merger of DEPObank into the latter, which took place in March 2021.
Pursuant to Article IA.2.6.7 of the Instructions accompanying the Rules of the Markets organised and managed by Borsa Italiana S.p.A., it is also specified that, based on the information made available to the Bank, as of today Mr. Zanni directly holds 100,000 BFF ordinary shares.
To the best of the Bank’s knowledge, Mr. Rosi does not hold any BFF shares as of today.